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To all you whiskey connoisseurs out there; What are your favorite types of whiskey? I'd like to hear some recommendations. Here are mine

The Macallan 21: Lighter whiskey, very smooth, spicy, with moderate hints of orange.

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Glenlivet 18: Very good. Robust, floral flavor. Very good for drinking straight up. Has a bite at the end that lets you know you have a whiskey solid in your glass.

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Crown is my fave.

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Crown is my fave.

amen to that

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Tallisker all the way (18 especially)

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Evan Williams black label. The price point is right up my alley, and it doesn't taste terrible.

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I have become very fond of Gentleman Jack, but a connoisseur I am not...

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Tallisker all the way (18 especially)

I've seen Talisker 18 at the stores. I'll have to try it next time. I almost bought it once, but went with The Dalmore instead.

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I don't drink Scotch or any of that mess...I'm a beer man.

But on fishing trips my buddies like Spaeburn for the price and quality.

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Irish: Jamison 12y/o or Bushmills 10y/o single Malt

Scotch: Dalwhinnie 15y/o Single Malt

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Makers Mark is my standard order at the bar, although interestingly, I have never purchased a bottle.

I don't always drink Scotch...but when I do, I prefer Cutty Sark. Very flavorful, and remarkably smooth for a whiskey.

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Makers Mark

Nuff said!!!

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take that bourbon talk elsewhere.

We're talkin 'bout real whiskey here.

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